Apple releases iOS 16 beta 4 and iPadOS 16 beta 4 for developers

Apple has released the fourth version of the iOS 16 developer beta, which brings more iOS 16 features to the iPhone for beta testers. 

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The company rolled out the fourth developer beta of iOS 16, on Wednesday, along with iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura. The updates continue to improve overall stability as well as refine the experience for the upcoming software updates that will be officially released for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac later this fall.

In beta four, Apple made some key changes to the new edit and delete feature in its Messages app. When Apple first unveiled the ability to edit sent messages, users had 15 minutes to make changes. The message would be marked as edited, but there wasn’t a change log to reveal the edits. 

The fourth beta of iOS 16 also adds new wallpaper categories to choose from in the Home app. These include Wildflowers and Architectural.

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The lock screen notification settings now include a visual representation of the options for how notifications show up on your lock screen. Users can choose from three kinds of lock screen notifications – count, stack, and list.

Apple has improved the interface when customizing the Lock Screen, with options for colors, gradients, photos, and more at the bottom on iOS 16 beta 4. Apart from this, the company has also updated the music player on the lock screen with bolder elements.

Additionally, Apple in iOS 16 is bringing handoff in FaceTime, which lets you move calls seamlessly from your iPhone to your Mac or iPad, and vice versa. The company is also adding Live Captions in FaceTime, letting you see automatically transcribed dialogue integrated into your video calls.

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